filled

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tok
{f} doldur

Bu vazoyu suyla doldurdu. - She filled this vase with water.

Haber onu üzüntü ile doldurdu. - The news filled her with sorrow.

doldurulmuş

Üzgünüm, pozisyon önceden doldurulmuş. - Sorry, the position has already been filled.

{s} dolmuş

Oda sigara dumanıyla dolmuştu. - The room was filled with cigarette smoke.

{s} dolu

Bu kutu elmalarla doludur. - This box is filled with apples.

Balon havayla doluydu. - The balloon is filled with air.

doldurulan
fill
doldurmak

Öyleyse sadece bu kartı doldurmak zorundasın. - Then you just have to fill out this card.

Bu başvuru formunu Fransızca doldurmak zorunda mıyım? - Do I have to fill out this application form in French?

filled in
aydınlanmak
filled with ground meat
kıymalı
filled to maximum capacity
maksimum kapasite dolu
filled-in
dolu-in
filled arc
(Bilgisayar) dolu yay
filled band
dolu bant
filled cavity
tıkalı kovuk
filled cavity
dolu kovuk
filled diamond
(Bilgisayar) dolu baklava
filled ellipse
(Bilgisayar) dolu elips
filled flight plan
(Havacılık) doldurulmuş uçuş planı
filled freeform
(Bilgisayar) dolu serbest form
filled grid
(Bilgisayar) doldurulmuş kılavuz
filled in by orderer
siparişi veren dolduracak
filled oval
(Bilgisayar) dolu oval
filled pause
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dolgulu duraksama
filled polygon
(Bilgisayar) dolu çokgen
filled rect
(Bilgisayar) dolu dikdörtgen
filled rectangle
(Bilgisayar) dolu dikdörtgen
filled seed
(Tarım) dolu tohum
filled shadow
(Bilgisayar) doldurulmuş gölge
filled soil
dolgu zemin
filled stuffed
(İnşaat) dolma duvar
filled transport package
destek dolgu nakliye ambalajı
filled up
doldurulmuş
filled wall
(İnşaat) dolu duvar
filled with
dolu (ile dolu olmak)
filled with water
su dolu
fill
{i} dolgu maddesi, dolgu
fill
{i} dolduracak miktar
fill
{i} doldurma

Lütfen Tom'a buraya gelmesini ve bu formları doldurmamız için bize yardım etmesini rica et. - Please ask Tom to come here and help us fill out these forms.

Öyleyse sadece bu kartı doldurmak zorundasın. - Then you just have to fill out this card.

fill
kaplamak
fill
dolgu maddesi
fill
bürümek
fill
yerine getirmek
fill
yayılmak
fill
(Havacılık) atkı
fill
doyurmak
fill
karşılamak
fill
kapamak
to be filled in
aydınlanmak
fill
doyma
fill
{f} doldur

Bu sicil kartını doldurun lütfen. - Fill out this registration card, please.

Bu vazoyu suyla doldurdu. - She filled this vase with water.

fill
icra etmek
fill
istiap haddi
fill
istenilen/gereksinilen miktar
fill
tatmin etmek
fill
yapmak
gas-filled
gazla dolu
gas-filled
gazlı
gas-filled lamp
gazlı lamba
helium filled lamp
helyum lambası
air filled
hava dolu
air-filled
hava dolu
fill
dolgu yapmak
filled with
dolulu
gas-filled shock absorber
gazlı amortisör
glass-filled nylon
cam dolgulu naylon
gold filled
altın dolu
grief-filled
keder dolu
half filled
yarısı dolu
half-filled
yarı dolu
hate filled
Nefret dolu
intra-filled
İçi doldurulmuş
juicy, filled with juice
sulu, suyu ile dolu
layer cake filled with custard
kat pasta muhallebi dolu
open pastry filled with fruit or custard
açık pasta meyve veya muhallebi dolu
over filled
fazla dolu
smoke-filled
duman dolu
water-filled
su dolu
well-filled-out
Tıkız
wind-filled
Rüzgârlı

On this wind-filled night we had runned through to home.

be filled up
doldurulmak
be filled with
dolu olmak
exercise filled mine
(Askeri) talim mayını
exercised filled mine
(Askeri) TATBİKAT İÇİN DOLDURULMUŞ MAYIN: Deniz mayın harbinde, patlayıcı yerine konmuş patlayıcı olmayan maddeler ve gösterici aygıta da haiz bir mayın. Ayrıca bakınız: "explosive filled mine; fitted mine; mine
explosive filled mine
(Askeri) patlayıcı ihtiva eden mayın
fill
hazırlamak dolumluk
fill
şişmek
fill
doyumluk
fill
dolmak
fill
ek
fill
şişirmek
fill
dolusu
fill
toprak tesviyesinde kullanılan toprak veya moloz
fill
{i} dolgu, dolguyla meydana getirilmiş yer
fill
doldur,v.doldur: n.doldurma
i would like to have a tooth filled
dişime dolgu yaptırmak istiyorum
jelly filled cable
(Askeri) jel dolgulu kablo
oil filled cable
yagli kablo
Türkçe - Türkçe

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FİLL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yağmur yağmayıp ot bitmeyen yer, otsuz yer
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past tense and past participle of fill
That is now full
past of fill
(of time) taken up; "well-filled hours
{s} containing its full quantity; satisfied, satiated; having something placed inside, stuffed; stopped up; drilled and covered (about a cavity in a tooth)
(usually followed by `with' or used as a combining form) generously supplied with; "theirs was a house filled with laughter"; "a large hall filled with rows of desks"; "fog-filled air"
filled in
Simple past tense and past participle of fill in
filled out
Simple past tense and past participle of fill out

Has this form been filled out?.

filled pause
Any spoken sound or word used to fill gaps in speech

Uh, um, and well are common filled pauses among English speakers.

filled pauses
plural form of filled pause
filled a form
completed an application or document, provided the information requested in a document by writing in the necessary details in the spaces provided
filled cheese
An inferior kind of cheese made from skim milk with a fatty "filling,"
filled cheese
such as oleomargarine or lard, to replace the fat removed in the cream
filled gold
A relatively inexpensive metal such as brass with a surface layer of bonded gold
filled his heart with joy
made him so very happy
filled his pipe
put tobacco in his pipe
filled in for him
took his place, covered for him
filled milk
Skim milk with vegetable oils added to substitute for butterfat
filled out a questionnaire
completed or answered a survey
filled to capacity
completely full, packed
filled to the brim
filled to the very top
filled with
full of; stuffed with
fill
Soil and/or human-created debris discovered within a cavity and exposed by excavation; fill soil
fill
To add contents to (a container, cavity, or the like) so that it is full

Grat Herendeen was the first man, a huge man with his bull whip coiled and over his shoulder seeming almost a part of him. He grinned at her as she filled his plate with the eggs and motioned toward the bacon. Help yourself, Grat..

fill
To install someone, or be installed, in (a position or office), eliminating a vacancy

The board of supervisors called a specalsic] election to fill the office, and at such special election Henry C. Andrews was elected judge of probate to fill out the said term.

fill
To satisfy or obey (an order, request, or requirement)

We can't let the library close! It fills a great need in the community.

fill
To treat (a tooth) by adding a dental filling to it

Be that as it may, had the disturbance continued after our having filled the molar, and presuming that nothing had been done to the bicuspid, we might have been still as far as ever from knowing where the trouble lay.

fill
To become pervaded with something

My heart filled with joy.

fill
An amount that fills a container

The mixer returned to the plant for another fill.

fill
Inexpensive material used to occupy empty spaces, especially in construction

The ruins of earlier buildings were used as fill for more recent construction.

fill
To enter (something), making it full

As the crowd filled the aisles, S repeated loudly what he had announced upon entering the stadium: 'I don't want anyone to touch me, and I will call the police if anyone does.'.

fill
A sufficient or more than sufficient amount

Don't feed him anymore, he's had his fill.

fill
The filling of a container

That machine can do 20 fills a minute.

fill
To become full of contents

The bucket filled with rain.

fill
To occupy fully, to take up all of

And now that I have given the one chapter to the theme that so filled my heart, and so often made it ache and ache again, I pass on, unhindered, to the event that had impended over me longer yet .

gold-filled
Having a layer of gold applied to the surface
fill
{n} fulness, plenty, content, part of a carriage
fill
{v} to make full, satisfy, glut, surfeit, pour
smoke-filled
containing smoke; "smoke-filled rooms
air-filled
full of air
blood-filled
containing blood; "the blood-filled centers of arteries and veins
fill
To press and dilate, as a sail; as, the wind filled the sails
fill
The material used to stuff items such as comforters or pillows Natural down and man-made synthetics are examples of fill materials
fill
If something fills a role, position, or function, they have that role or position, or perform that function, often successfully. Dena was filling the role of diplomat's wife with the skill she had learned over the years. = perform
fill
assume, as of positions or roles; "She took the job as director of development"
fill
to make full
fill
a quantity sufficient to satisfy; "he ate his fill of potatoes"; "she had heard her fill of gossip"
fill
(1) (Geology) Any sediment deposited by any agent such as water so as to fill or partly fill a channel, valley, sink, or other depression (2) (Engineering) Soil or other material placed as part of a construction activity
fill
material used to raise the desired road profile above the natural ground line
fill
appoint someone to (a position or a job)
fill
to fill the bill: see bill
fill
Pins knocked down following a spare or following two strikes which are added to the ten or twenty pins, respectively, when scoring
fill
To possess and perform the duties of; to officiate in, as an incumbent; to occupy; to hold; as, a king fills a throne; the president fills the office of chief magistrate; the speaker of the House fills the chair
fill
fill to satisfaction; "I am sated"
fill
make full, also in a metaphorical sense; "fill a container"; "fill the child with pride"
fill
If you fill a crack or hole, you put a substance into it in order to make the surface smooth again. Fill small holes with wood filler in a matching colour The gravedigger filled the grave. Fill in means the same as fill. If any cracks have appeared in the tart case, fill these in with raw pastry
fill
If you fill an order or a prescription, you provide the things that are asked for. A pharmacist can fill any prescription if, in his or her judgment, the prescription is valid
fill
any material that fills a space or container; "there was not enough fill for the trench"
fill
Any material that is put back in place of the extracted ore to provide ground support
fill
A background color fills the area, either a table cell or a drawing object
fill
If a sound, smell, or light fills a space, or the air, it is very strong or noticeable. In the parking lot of the school, the siren filled the air All the light bars were turned on which filled the room with these rotating beams of light + -filled -filled those whose work forces them to be in dusty or smoke-filled environments
fill
material, usually earth, used to change the surface contour of an area, or to construct an embankment
fill
The pins knocked down after a spare or two strikes
fill
a quantity sufficient to satisfy; "he ate his fill of potatoes"; "she had heard her fill of gossip" plug with a substance; "fill a cavity" become full; "The pool slowly filled with water"; "The theater filled up slowly" make full, also in a metaphorical sense; "fill a container"; "fill the child with pride" appoint someone to (a position or a job) assume, as of positions or roles; "She took the job as director of development
fill
added earth which is designed to change the contour of the land
fill
The 90 degree direction to the edge of the cloth Also the name of yarn running from one edge to the other
fill
become full; "The pool slowly filled with water"; "The theater filled up slowly"
fill
To supply with an incumbent; as, to fill an office or a vacancy
fill
{i} satisfying amount of food or drink; amount needed to fill a receptacle; something used to fill; something which fills
fill
appoint someone to (a position or a job) assume, as of positions or roles; "She took the job as director of development
fill
To furnish an abudant supply to; to furnish with as mush as is desired or desirable; to occupy the whole of; to swarm in or overrun
fill
If something fills a space, it is so big, or there are such large quantities of it, that there is very little room left. He cast his eyes at the rows of cabinets that filled the enormous work area The text fills 231 pages. Fill up means the same as fill. the complicated machines that fill up today's laboratories. + filled filled four museum buildings filled with historical objects. + -filled -filled the flower-filled courtyard of an old Spanish colonial house
fill
To trim (a yard) so that the wind shall blow on the after side of the sails
fill
If something fills you with an emotion, or if an emotion fills you, you experience this emotion strongly. I admired my father, and his work filled me with awe and curiosity He looked at me without speaking, and for the first time I could see the pride that filled him
fill
Earth used to create embankments or to raise low-lying areas in order to bring them to grade Under the Clean Water Act (ACOE jurisdiction), fill is defined as material used for the primary purpose of replacing an aquatic area with dry land, or a change in the bottom elevation of a water body Under the McAteer-Petris Act (BCDC jurisdiction), fill is defined as any solid, pile-supported, floating, cantilevered, or suspended material that is placed bayward of the Mean High Tide Line, or the +1 5-meter (5 0-foot) contour line where marshlands are present
fill
Manmade deposits of natural soils or the process of the depositing
fill
A full supply, as much as supplies want; as much as gives complete satisfaction
fill
1) Earth, sand, gravel, rock, asphalt, or other solid material used to increase the ground surface elevation or to replace excavated material 2) A deposit of any rock; natural soil; organic material; recycled or waste materials made of non-noxious, nonflammable, noncombustible and non-putrescible solids; or any combination thereof placed by mechanical means
fill
To make an embankment in, or raise the level of (a low place), with earth or gravel
fill
If something fills a need or a gap, it puts an end to this need or gap by existing or being active. She brought him a sense of fun, of gaiety that filled a gap in his life
fill
As in “cut and fill”; any material that is moved or added to the existing terrain to raise its elevation (8)
fill
The price at which an order is executed (applies to any kind of market)
fill
A syringe injection of saline or similar substance into the submuscular port in order to increase the pressure of the band around the stomach This is the process that allows patients to adjust the pressure of the band, thereby affecting how much food they are able to eat and how quickly the food drops into the lower stoma Fills are usually first given 4-8 weeks post-op, but can occur sooner or later as the surgeon and patient see fit Most patients find that they need several fills before feeling a significant level of restriction A surgeon or fill technician may or may not require a fill to be done under fluroscopy
fill
To fill or supply fully with food; to feed; to satisfy
fill
plug with a substance; "fill a cavity"
fill
If a company or organization fills a job vacancy, they choose someone to do the job. If someone fills a job vacancy, they accept a job that they have been offered. One problem not mentioned is the unemployed may not have the skills to fill the vacancies on offer A vacancy has arisen which I intend to fill
fill
The full amount which a person can eat and/or drink
fill
When a dentist fills someone's tooth, he or she puts a filling in it. It is almost impossible to find a dentist who will fill a tooth on the National Health
fill
To make full; to supply with as much as can be held or contained; to put or pour into, till no more can be received; to occupy the whole capacity of
fill
One of the thills or shafts of a carriage
fill
That which fills; filling; specif
fill
If you fill a container or area, or if it fills, an amount of something enters it that is enough to make it full. Fill a saucepan with water and bring to a slow boil She made sandwiches, filled a flask and put sugar in The boy's eyes filled with tears While the bath was filling, he padded about in his underpants. empty Fill up means the same as fill. Pass me your cup, Amy, and I'll fill it up for you Warehouses at the frontier between the two countries fill up with sacks of rice and flour
fill
Material used to raise the surface of the land to a desired level
fill
eat until one is sated; "He filled up on turkey"
fill
To become full; to have the whole capacity occupied; to have an abundant supply; to be satiated; as, corn fills well in a warm season; the sail fills with the wind
fill
The price at which you bought or sold Eg, "Mr Jones, your fill was 117 on 5 June T-Bonds " Verb form "filled" means the order was executed/completed "Mr Jones, your T-Bond order was filled "
fill
occupy the whole of; "The liquid fills the container"
fill
The pins knocked down after a spare or two strikes A spare or strike so that the scoring box is "filled"
fill
fill or meet a want or need
fill
This is a process that allows you to alter a selected area of an image with a computer graphics program, covering or combining it with a gray shade, a color, or a pattern
fill
to execute an order; the price at which an order was executed
fill
The price at which an order is executed
fill
Used when an order to buy or sell is executed
fill
an embankment, as in railroad construction, to fill a hollow or ravine; also, the place which is to be filled
fill
Act of executing or completing a customer's order to buy or sell securities
fill
Added earth which changes the contour of the land
fill
To fill a cup or glass for drinking
fill
{f} put in until full; supply with as much as is needed; satisfy, satiate (one's appetite); put a filling in a dental cavity; meet a need; substitute for, do the job of; supply information; prepare a medical prescription
fill
If you fill a period of time with a particular activity, you spend the time in this way. If she wants a routine to fill her day, let her do community work. Fill up means the same as fill. On Thursday night she went to her yoga class, glad to have something to fill up the evening
his heart was filled with joy
he was overjoyed, he was ecstatic
smoke-filled room
disapproval If you talk about a decision being made in a smoke-filled room, you mean that it is made by a small group of people in a private meeting, rather than in a more democratic or open way. long discussions in smoke-filled rooms. used to talk about a place where plans or decisions are made secretly by a small group of powerful people rather than in an open way - used especially in newspapers
the position has been filled
the job is taken, someone is already working in the position
was filled with pride
was very proud; was very conceited
was filled with rage
was extremely angry
was filled with shame
was embarrassed and humiliated, was extremely embarrassed
filled